Jatene procedure

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Ja·tene pro·ce·dure

(jā-tēn'),
a method of repairing congenital tunnel-type subaortic stenosis and narrowing of the left ventricular-aortic junction by aortoventriculoplasty and prosthetic valve replacement.
Synonym(s): Dor procedure
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After Arthur was born he was quickly transferred to Birmingham Children's Hospital and, at just three days old, underwent life-saving open heart surgery with a fivehour arterial switch operation.
22) Subsequent surgery options include Mustard/Senning baffles, arterial switch or Rastelli surgery.
An intracardiac channel procedure was performed in 37 patients, arterial switch procedure in 19 patients, Rastelli procedure in three patient, Senning procedure in one patients, and Mustard procedure in one patient.
Doctors at PHC told Aquino and his wife Merlita that they can perform an arterial switch operation on Princess as soon as they are able to raise P200,000 for the procedure.
5) An arterial switch procedure, developed by Jatene in 1975, offered a more definitive method of correction by transection and translocation of the great vessels, translocation of the coronary arteries, and establishment of "normal" ventriculoarterial connections.
Jenna joined Brody and Paul two days later where she found her baby hooked up to monitors in intensive care while medics assessed if he was strong enough for the arterial switch to correct his heart defect.
Baby Cathness needed arterial switch operation at the earliest and this operation was not done in Bahrain.
A 35 days old neonate with d-loop transposition of great arteries, underwent an arterial switch operation following which he developed hypotension attributed to left ventricular failure.
In terms of complex cases, he said most of the surgeries in this workshop are moderately complex and that the team will also perform an arterial switch procedure for a ten-month old baby.
Dad Brian, from Dromin, outside Kilmallock, Co Limerick, said: "The procedure to fix it is called an arterial switch.
Sandeep Attawar is also a trained pediatric cardiac surgeon with significant experience in treating neonates and children with complex heart disease, having operated over 400 neonates and approximately 3500 children with congenital heart defects, with procedures ranging from systemic to PA shunts, VSD closures, TAPVC repairs, Aorto pulmonary window, tetralogy corrections, conduit repairs for Pulmonary atresia, the Ross procedure in children and adults, interrupted aortic arch repairs and the arterial switch operation for D-TGA and Taussig Bing heart.
0 Fr single lumen catheter, because a prolonged ICU stay was expected in these cases after arterial switch operation.